The Department of Justice is once again trying to consolidate the approximately two dozen False Claims Act suits pending against Columbia/HCA Healthcare Corp., in what appears to be an effort to hasten the settlement of the litigation.

Arguments are scheduled for Nov. 19 in federal court in Miami before seven judges assigned to the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation. An earlier DOJ motion to consolidate the cases was denied on procedural grounds.

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